Smarter E Europe highlights: Energy storage market is booming
Profits for behind-the-meter (BTM) C&I storage mainly come from difference between peak and off-peak electricity rates and lowered contract capacity, but BTM-C&I was unable to bring much benefit in the past. Today, as the energy storage industry advances,
Smarter E Europe highlights: Importance of energy storage for REPowerEU
InfoLink projects that solar-plus-storage will surpass 40% of global energy storage installations by 2025. Coupling with supportive policies and large-scale deployment of PV, the share is expected to grow faster, such as the case in China. Moreover, advoc
Smarter E Europe highlights: Residential-based energy storage
As one of the most developed ESS market, Germany had installed 145,000 residential ESS in 2021, with at least 70% of which being integrated with solar energy, suggesting users’ aim to realize self-consumption. With Germany taking the lead, and other count
Intersolar Europe 2022: PV and ESS product launches
This year saw most manufacturers display p-type PERC modules, with formats varying for rooftop and ground-mounted projects. Generally, modules for rooftop projects are rated between 400-450 W, whilst ground-mounted projects see 182mm and 210mm modules rat
Spotting business opportunities for mini/Micro LED at Touch Taiwan 2022
At the Touch Taiwan 2022, mini-LED is no longer a “concept” but a concrete, commercialized technology, with a variety of niched derivative products.
Energy Taiwan 2021: product highlights
At the Energy Taiwan this year, manufacturers all exhibited cells featuring at least 166mm (M6) of size, showcasing their determination in developing large format products.
Energy Taiwan 2021 Wrap-Up I: Market outlook
Energy Taiwan 2021, one of the biggest events of energy industry in Taiwan, took place on Dec. 8 through 10. Co-organized by SEMI and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the exhibition this year covered solar energy, wind energy
SNEC 2021 Wrap-Up III: Post-SNEC demand and price trends
Prior to the SNEC, continuous hikes in polysilicon prices stopped and China demand expected to slightly decline, as approved grid parity projects are allowed to be postponed to next year. PV InfoLink lowered forecast for China demand from 55 GW to 50 GW.